Match The Classic Country Singer to Their Songs!

By: J, Reinoehl
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Some Country artists create songs that have you singing even when they aren’t playing on the radio. Can you match which artist sang the following songs? Find out by taking this quiz.

Who sang "Love Without End, Amen"?

“He said daddies don't just love their children every now and then. It's a love without end, amen.”

Who sang "Okie From Muskogee"?

Merle Haggard (1937-2016) became a voice for the less talked about anti-hippie movement with his song “Okie from Muskogee.” Instead of being a light-hearted statement about being proud of serving the country in Vietnam, it hit the top of the charts and sparked controversy across America.

Who sang "On the Road Again"?

“The life I love is making music with my friends, and I just can’t wait to get on the road again.”

Which song did Alabama sing?

It took six years for the three cousins who formed Alabama to earn a record deal after playing bars along the southern East Coast. Once they got the deal, they wasted no time producing 21 straight #1 singles. Their popularity spanned decades with hits like “Angels Among Us” and “Born Country.”

Who sang "Hello, Darlin’"?

"Hello, darlin', nice to see you. It's been a long time. You're just as lovely as you used to be.”

Who sang "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia"?

Reba McEntire was a member of the Chorvettes, a singing and dancing group, while in college. She had a lifelong love of singing and began singing in public in a first grade Christmas play.

Who sang "Unanswered Prayers"?

“She wasn’t quite the angel that I remembered in my dreams, and I could tell that time had changed me in her eyes, too, it seemed.”

Which song did Alan Jackson sing?

“Chattahoochee” hit #1 on the Billboard Country charts July 17, 1993. It won the CMA for Single, Song and Music Video of the Year.

Who sang "Live Like You Were Dying"?

“I went skydiving. I went Rocky Mountain climbing. I went 2.7 seconds on a bull named Fu-man-chu. And I loved deeper, and I spoke sweeter, and I gave forgiveness I’d been denying.”

Who sang "There’s a Tear in My Beer"?

Hank Williams Jr. began his career performing his dad’s songs like “There’s a Tear in My Beer.” After almost overdosing and a mountain climbing accident, he cleaned up and reinvented himself.

Who sang "A Boy Named Sue"?

“Now, I don't blame him 'cause he run and hid, but the meanest thing that he ever did was before he left, he went and named me "Sue."

Which song did Kenny Rogers sing?

Kenny Rogers has recorded 120 hit singles. He won three Grammy Awards and can be seen in more than 20 acting appearances.

Who sang "Coal Miner’s Daughter"?

“Daddy loved and raised eight kids on a miner's pay. Mommy scrubbed our clothes on a washboard ever' day. Why, I've seen her fingers bleed. To complain there was no need; she'd smile in Mommy's understanding way.”

Who sang "9 to 5"?

The film, "9 to 5," was Dolly Parton’s first. She composed the popular theme song behind the scenes while she was working on it.

Who sang "Come Over"?

"I told you I wouldn’t call, I told you I wouldn’t care, but baby climbing the walls gets me nowhere. I don’t think that I can take this bed getting any colder; come over.”

Which song did Toby Keith sing?

"I Love This Bar” made it to the top of the charts, but unfortunately, it spawned a nationwide scheme that paid Keith a mere $12 million to run his name into the dirt. Boomtown Entertainment opened “Toby Keith’s I Love This Bar and Grill” taverns in several locations across America. Not only did the taverns serve up poor food, they also neglected to pay rent or taxes on any of the money they earned.

Who sang "Boot Scootin’ Boogie"?

“They got whiskey, women, music, and smoke. It's where all the cowboy folk go to boot scootin' boogie.”

Who sang "Rhinestone Cowboy"?

Glen Campbell was born a sharecropper’s son in 1936. At the age of 14, he quit school and joined his uncle touring as a bar musician. He died on August 8, 2017 after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease .

Which song did Rascal Flatts sing?

“There's a world outside every darkened door where blues won't haunt you anymore, where the brave are free and lovers soar. Come ride with me to the distant shore.”

Who sang "Forever and Ever, Amen"?

“Forever and Ever, Amen” won a CMA and an ACM for Single of the Year. It is considered one of the songs that brought traditional country songs back in style during the new-traditional movement.

Who sang "Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue"?

“Tell me no secrets; tell me some lies. Give me no reasons; give me alibis. Tell me you love me, and don't let me cry. Say anything, but don't say goodbye.”

Who sang "Elvira"?

The Oak Ridge Boys had multiple albums sell gold and platinum as well as #1 hit singles in the 1970s and 1980s. The song, “Elvira,” went platinum in the United States.

Who sang "Too Much on My Heart"?

“Sometimes it feels like we’re worlds apart, and I’ve got too much on my heart.”

Who sang "Tim McGraw"?

Taylor Swift wrote “Tim McGraw” when she was only 16, after signing with a new label, Big Machine Records. She tapped into a new audience of teenaged country fans who took her to the top of the charts. She moved away from country music with her second album, but she still puts out one or two with each release.

Which song did Keith Urban sing?

“Blue looks good on the sky, looks good on that neon buzzin’ on the wall, but darling, it don’t match your eyes.”

Who sang "Before He Cheats"?

“Before He Cheats” is # 56 on Rolling Stones' Top 100 Greatest Country Songs of All Time. It won two Grammy Awards, Two CMT Awards, one ACM Award, one CMA Award and sold 5x platinum in the United States.

Who sang "When I Said I Do"?

Lisa Hartman and Clint Black were married in 1991, but “When I Said I Do” (1999) was the first song they recorded together.

Which song did Tanya Tucker sing?

Will You Lay With Me (in a Field of Stone)” was Tanya Tucker’s third #1 song on the country charts. It was also her best performing song on the Billboard Hot 100.

Who sang "I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)"?

“Today she met me at the door, said I would have to choose. If I hit that fishin’ hole today, she’d be packin’ all her things and she’d be gone by noon. Well, I’m gonna miss her!”

Who sang "Mama He’s Crazy"?

Naomi Judd was working as a nurse when the act she created with her daughter was finally seen by a record producer whose child she had treated in 1983. She was diagnosed with Hepatitis C before it had a name and gave up touring in 1991 to recover. Her daughter, Wynonna, continued as a solo act.

Who sang "Don’t Let Our Love Start Slippin’ Away"?

"A wounded love walks a real thin line, and no communication will kill it every time.”

Which song did Faith Hill sing?

Faith Hill was born in 1967 and adopted a few days after her birth. Growing up, she flipped burgers at McDonalds.

Who sang "Huntin’, Fishin’, and Lovin’ Every Day"?

“If I could make a nickel off of turnin’ them bass, never worry about the price of gas. I’d be wheelin’ and dealin’ and sittin’ there reelin’ them in. Huntin’, fishin’, and lovin’ every day—that’s the prayer that a country boy prays.”

Who sang "Independence Day"?

Although the song has a patriotic name, it is solely focused on domestic abuse. The video stirred up controversy because of the way it realistically portrayed the abuse.

Who sang "Honky Tonk Man"?

“Well, I’m a honky tonk man, and I can’t seem to stop. I love to give the girls a whirl to the music of an old jukebox.”

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